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July 08, 2012, 08:50:23 PM
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Greetings.  I've been around the forum for awhile now and have seen the occasional odd job asked by a few people, that pertain to graphics.  Being a professional in the advertising world, I thought I might offer up some of my free time to earn a few bitcoins here and there.  Basically if you have an odd job pertaining to graphics, for a few bitcoins or less, I can render it out for you.

Most of the details are outlined below.  If anyone has any questions or inquiries please don't hesitate to send a PM.

Programs I primarily work in:

Photoshop

After Effects
 - Particular 2
 - various keying
 - Media Encoding

3DS Max
 - Vray
 - Mental Ray
 - FumeFX

Jobs that I can perform:

Photography
 - Color Correcting
 - Editing
 - Manipulation
 - Add graphic elements
 - Typography

Graphic Design
 - Edit existing graphics *
 - Create new simple graphics
 - Graphic Strategy
 - Art Boards

Motion Graphics
 - Create simple motion graphics
 - Edit existing compositions *
 - Simple Video Editing
 - Media Encoding

*  Source file(s) will need to be provided

Payment

Simple Jobs | 0.5 - 2 BTC
 - Color Correction
 - Typography
 - Photo Editing
 - Graphic Editing
 - Small Media Encoding

Other Jobs | 5+ BTC
 -Simple Motion Graphics
 -Edit existing compositions
 -Custom Compositions

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